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nombreplural whales, plural whale
- Marine mammals include narwhals, beluga whales, walrus, and ringed and bearded seals.
- Come face to face with polar bears, walruses, harbour seals and beluga whales.
- Sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, porpoise and whales are common around the islands.
- We saw minke whales, hump backed whales, bald eagles, puffins and moose.
- Fur seals, elephant seals, and the great whales were all hunted to the brink of extinction.
- Up until quite recently we had no idea of the numbers and variety of the whales, dolphins and porpoises round our coast.
- Orkney folk are being urged to keep a look out for whales, dolphins and porpoises this weekend.
- We were told that whale sharks, whales and dolphins are abundant during the summer, between November and April.
- By the Miocene, whales of both lineages are relatively common fossils in many marine deposits.
- Acoustical energy generated by the bodies of whales or large schools of fish can be lower still.
- Dugongs are one of those sea creatures like porpoises and whales which should be completely protected by law.
- These whales have been hunted to near extinction, and only about 2,500 exist today.
- However, paleontology as a whole encompasses all life, from bacteria to whales.
- How many harbours play host to everything from seahorses and frogfish to whales and dolphins?
- It is our hope and prayer that the humpback and other whales will be protected in the West Indies and other parts of the world.
- They follow the breaking edge of the summer ice to hunt for seals, and are even known to attack beluga whales in the water.
- Laboratory examinations of the heads of the whales showed trauma induced by sound.
- Scientists believe that now fewer than a hundred of the whales ply the waters near Alaska.
- As many as four generations of whales live together in some of these matrilineal groups.
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